Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Park Grp. LSE:PKG London Ordinary Share GB0006710643 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 79.00p 0 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
76.50p 81.50p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 296.19 12.86 5.62 14.1 147.1

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a1samu: why is the share price falling after the appointment of Laura Carstensen?
topvest: I fully agree with comments mctmct - spot on. The LSE need to look at this. AIM is shambolic at the moment. Maybe it always has been. How can this sort of placing, which is very material to PARK, be released to the press before any RNS. It is clear that a number of parties were privy to price sensitive information days or weeks before the director shareholding RNS - evidence - look at the share price fall off the end of a cliff. The regulators should be looking at unusual trades / shorting the stock for the days in question. It is not on and the NOMAD should really take a look at itself. They may have applied the rules, but the rules are broken if this sort of thing can happen to the best companies on AIM. Surely, if AIM was working properly - at the earliest sign of a price movement they should have announced what is going on. Really poor.
topvest: He took a lower price no doubt, because its 30% of the company. That's a lot of stock to find a buyer for. The share price had moved up very strongly and maybe a tad ahead of itself. Think this is a buying opportunity to be honest. Can't understand the rubbish AIM regulation that the NOMAD thinks this is not worthy of a full announcement.
a1samu: According to the above Park commissioned and paid for report, the share price is worth between 55 and 56p fully valued. They are budgeting a reduced net profit after tax of £7.244 for the current year, from £7.595 and a very slight increase in dividends to 2.20p!
a1samu: The hype that has been pushed out by management for years is catching up with the share price. Clearly this share has not yet graduated into the class of growth stocks! It is not helpful that it reports £3M pre tax losses for the first six months, which then it turns into a profit for the year of £9.5M, or it makes £12.5M in the last six months. There are other acceptable ways of apportioning costs and overheads, if revenue is not taken at the half way stage, soothing out the results for the year. It now appears that profits for the current year may not be as much as the £9.5M achieved last year. The market may rerate this share downwards in the absence of other indicators given out by the company. Neither does the average shareholder know what the presentation given yesterday contained. Neither is any P/E ratio applicable in this case and there is no reason why it should not drop to lowly single figures, for management has not yet earned credibility.
a1samu: PE of 10 and there is still room for the share price to fall! What is wrong with this share? This should be going up 10% not going down! Rothschilds, Soros, new non executive directors makes no difference. It is clear that the present management team is lacking in the ability to take this company forward despite the flexecash innovation. Expect a wholesale exodus of the present management team soon. In June 2012, the share price hit a low of 42.63 and there is no reason why it should not be aiming for this low again, this time. Pretty powerful list of shareholders, none of whom will be happy with the share price performance. Mr P R Johnson 34,485,680 18.96% Schroders plc 20,108,887 11.06% Huntress Nominees Limited 16,235,386 8.93% SFM UK Management LLP 15,660,000 8.61% Miton Group plc 9,370,380 5.15% Henderson Global Investors 9,162,000 5.04% Axa Investment Management SA 8,500,000 4.67% Investec Asset Management Limited 7,250,000 3.99% Cazenove Capital Management Limited 6,925,875 3.81% Last updated 30 October 2013
a1samu: holly cow! what does Soros see in such a poky little company as Park to take an almost 9% stake? why not take the blooming lot for this must be chicken feed to them, and put Park out of their misery, for the share price does not seem to be getting anywhere! the first stake acquired by Soros was in October 2012, since which time the share price actually dropped, so their involvement is not of any benefit to Park, or the shareholders, sofar.
a1samu: sadly, the share price does not want to reflect the financial progress of the company and the massive hype that is accompanying it, with the p/e ratio stubbornly staying @ below 12. after all this company is now making in excess of 1/2Million after tax profit per month and heading higher. with profits going up by 17%, the dividend could have gone up by a more generous ratio than the 5%. the £4M raised by the issue of new shares has also put a dampener on matters, since they could have used internal resources or even gear up to finance expansion, rather than issue equity for the first time ever, I think!
a1samu: I see edison, in the link quoted in message 75 are quoting Park at a worst price of 46p, not far off the price that I am calling this share for the immediate future. The market makers will ensure that the price will girate down considerably, especially since there is little turnover in the shares in any event and it is only moved by news. The news yesterday was not very helpful, otherwise the share price would have gone up instead of down. Neither do I see much growth, except a lot of promises for the future, just like a religion, whose promises of heaven is never realised because you are long before dead, and promises are cheap. But is the business delivering shareprice outperformance, substantially increased dividends? No, I do not see such sofar, especially when it is considered that not so long ago, this business was delivering massive dividends and a much higher share price than it has been for the last few years. By increasing dividends by just 5%, the Directors made sure of a reaction of exactly what has taken place, especially when it was combined with a susbstantial reduction in turnover, and massive unadjusted losses at the half year stage, despite of all the soundbites of increases all over the place, which has been repeated in any event for years now. The Directors boast with their prepaid credit cards achieving a total of £60M being uploaded, yet their turnover and profits do not seem to reflect this. They bought the freehold interest, saving rent, yet their costs increased. Quite simply, this business lacks transparency and it is not surprising that the market is getting fed up with all the hype, not being followed up by numbers.
a1samu: The only possitive in the iterims is the paultry increase of the dividend by 5%, not the actions of a true growth business. These directors even managed to report a reduction in sales over the last six months period and yet they are writing ad nauseum about increases in all sorts of stuff, and how wonderful it is likely to be in the future, but the significant ones which are the turnover, profits and cash, all are down whatever the reasons. It is very hard going for this company to achieve a significant breakthrough from established patterns and the benefits of the flexecash card, are escaping the shareholders for now. One ray of hope is that the company has not embarked on any ill thought out acquisition and that it is sticking to it knitting. The xd dividend day is a long way off and there is at the moment nothing to keep this share price up and it is likely that the price will slump to below 40p in the meantime. A true growth business would have reported turnover multiplied many fold, profits of a significant amount, a massive increase in the dividend, like doubling it or something even more, and shareprice increasing accordingly, but none of this has happened sofar and therefore this company will continue to be rated as a mediocre to middling, boring stock. Shame, the time obviously has not yet come for the directors to wake up to the realisation that they should be trying much harder adding value to their sharholders. But perhaps they have forgotten the needs of the shareholders, when according to the last accounts, when dividends were increased by 39% the directors remmuneration went up by over 60%. The only reason of exceptional high profits, on which the directors remuneration was based, was the 'fleming' refund, which was caused by the negligence of the directors in any event in previous years, and now they have rewarded themselves on retrieving these monies, which should never have been paid out in the first place.
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